What is the fastest recorded 40-yard dash in the NFL?

What is the fastest recorded 40-yard dash in the NFL?

Heading into the 2007 NFL Scouting Combine, many wondered if we’d ever see a prospect set a new record for the fastest 40 yard dash ever. Then Chris Johnson took the field. The East Carolina running back as a projected third-round pick, Johnson stepped to the line and took off. After 4.24 seconds, everyone was stunned.

Who has the fastest 40-yard dash in NFL 2020?

He officially ran the 40 in 4.27 seconds, tied for the fourth fastest by a receiver in Combine history. Quez Watkins of Southern Miss had the second fastest 40 time among wide receivers in 2020 at 4.35 seconds….NFL Combine 40 times.

Rank 1.
40 time 4.27
Player Henry Ruggs III
College Alabama

How Fast Is Lamar Jackson?

Jackson recorded a 4.34-second 40-yard sprint on a Speed Day organized by Louisville in 2017, ahead of the 2018 NFL Draft.

What is Bo Jackson’s 40-yard dash time?

4.13 secondsBo Jackson / 40 yard dash time

Who is faster Bo Jackson or Deion?

Both times were faster than Hall of Fame cornerback and two-sport star Deion Sanders’ official time of 4.27 in 1989. These truly are amazing, fast times turned in by great athletes. However, the fastest pre-draft 40-yard dash time may very well have been turned in by another two-sport star – Bo Jackson.

Who was faster Deion or Bo Jackson?

First, the fact that he was faster than Sanders despite being 30 pounds heavier should end the argument right away. Second, we still haven’t seen running backs reach the size and speed ratio that Jackson achieved. Sanders lasted longer in the NFL, but that is a direct result of the positions he and Jackson played.

How fast did Mickey Mantle run the 40-yard dash?

He ran 40 yards in 4.22. He probably could’ve gone quicker too. RB Chris Johnson has the combine record at 4.24 at 5′11″ 203lb, similar dimensions to Mantle.